Energex













Stove Chow
If you read the Stove Chow review you know that I suspect that these are the same pellets, and I would say it is accurate to read that review as descriptive of these pellets. Looking at Energex and Stove Chow side by side it is difficult to tell them apart. Energex is the largest producer if pellets in the country, and if anybody was going to produce a big box retailer like Home Depot it would be Energex. I burned Energex directly after the stove chow pellets, and their was very little difference. The only difference I notice was the ash cake from the Energex was a little lighter, but the same size and consistency. On a low setting I got about 17 hours out of Energex, versus 21-24 hours I would get out of one of my Gold rated pellets. If your stove can burn these well, and you can get cheap for it. I would highly recommend testing these before you by them.


Energex






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Energex Mifflintown PA operation


Check them out @ http://www.energex.com

4 comments:

  1. Bought 4 ton from deans in ct dirty with hard ash build up in burn pan would not buy again

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  2. They burn a lot hotter then most pellets very noticeable difference you burn about 1/3 less then other brands. Yes they have a lot of ash but they burn HOT!

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  3. Agree that these produce a lot of ash but I clean stove almost daily since it's quick enough to do. Heat output is really good though so I can live with the tradeoff. Bought north America pellets from Lowe's and it doesnt compare. Burning at higher level now to get same comfort level with what I had using energex. It's a good product overall and is worth the few extra cents and peace of mind.

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  4. These have been a nightmare.

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